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this for quite awhile now. he had a chance to sit down with pierce morgan on cnn. >> essentially the media has played a role in protecting david petraeus and promoting david petraeus. we saw it again tonight, a spokesperson in baghdad, who was a roommate with petraeus is on tv defending david petraeus without addressing the real problems with david petraeus' record. you may not get something like that from barbara starr who is a spokesperson for the pentagon in many ways. >> michael, you started laughing two-thirds of the way through that one. what do you think when you see that? >> my friend barbara star send me their best wishes, i'm sure. the point i was making and why i made that point is because you have a scandal with general petraeus where it's a sex scandal and almost in any other situation the media would have turned on him and tried to rip him to shreds. but because he's in the military and he has this emperor-like persona around him they treat him very softly. >> let me challenge you on what you said there and what you're saying now. barbara star, pentagon correspondent in cnn, wher
might not get that from cnn a spokesperson for the pentagon in many ways. >> our own notebook there, a body slam of cnn and the generals. i want to show you cnn's reaction. >> bob is not a spokesperson for the agency. >> i followed her coverage closely. >> just because she's written naughty things about you doesn't make her a spokesperson. >> what makes her a spokesperson is repeating a lot of pentagon claims. >> journalists who challenge the government are seen as oh, wacky outsiders, and the only thing that ever gets you in trouble is not reckless wars that kill hundreds of thousands of people, but sex. >> at beginning, i was thinking the same thing why is this going on because of a sex scandal, it's between him and his wife. but then, a few other angles came saying this could be a security issue who knew, who didn't know. i'm fine with all those questions being answered. what's weird and i understand from a different level is people forget they hold these positions, hey do me this favor, send me those emails, by the way don't you like my at-bats. they hold these powerful position
and the high court is jeffrey toobin whose writings are widely acclaimed. he's the senior writer at cnn and his book" the oath." thank you for joining us. >> hello. >> eliot: good to see you. like our days at cnn together. >> exactly. >> eliot: you say that president obama is actually counter intuitively the conservative constitutionalist. explain what you mean by that. >> since the 19 1980s since edward meese arrived he said we need to expand executive power end racial preferences to assist african-americans, lower the bearsier between church and state, and above all reverse roe versus wade to ban abortion. that's been the conservative agenda at the supreme court. it's an agenda of change. it's john roberts agenda and it has not yet succeeded. it may never succeed but it is an agenda to change many of the important residents at the supreme court and that's why roberts is the candidate of change. and obama is saying leave things the way they are. >> eliot: you're saying as a matter of constitutional doctrine, row versus wade, on and on, the president said we're happy where things are. >> that's
obama. >> another major major projection cnn now projects pennsylvania will be won by the president of the united states. >> now that pennsylvania has gone blue, if ohio goes blue, what's mitt romney's path to the white house? >> my silent majority that i hoped would be there not only silent but invisible. it is looking very tough right now. for mitt romney. >> you, you know, having managed the michael dukakis campaign are familiar with it. your thoughts on what's going on right now at the headquarters of each campaign. >> giving. >> little bit of what you see here. that's wycliff jean giving an interview. he's one of the many surrogates, you could say -- well, i am, good grief. i'm tired. it is will i am. i'm mixing up my artists here. >> what happened here if what indeed appears to be happening turns out to be so. >> you can hear the tone among some of our republican guests that they're feeling pessimistic. are you feeling pessimistic? >> if you keep this up -- 58.3% of the vote. the republica
night already. indiana for romney, and cnn is calling kentucky for romney. these are not at all surprising, but i love all calls. i plan to be shouting about them all night long. let me give you some interesting exit polls. again, i talked with governor spitzer about this just a while ago on current. these don't--don't take anything to heart. oh my good i saw an exit poll in hawai'i, and i think this thing is settled no. but it gives you an interesting idea of which way the voters are going overall. on the economy romney wins 51-47. what i get is that he's not leading by much. i think that's interesting. when you look at who they represent, 52% for cnn said romney represent the rich. only 36% said the middle class and i love this. only 2% said the poor. whereas president obama was 10% for the rich. 43% for the mill class and 31% for the poor. that's a breakdown macro-picture that i think will do a lot of good. >> the main question that will stick with me all night is who are those two percent? to think that mitt romney is for the poor? >> they're definitely not the poor. >> you
that >> against -- >> john: we had him on cnn a few months ago. it is really remarkable. this guy is the first guy ever to parlay an entire career out of crashing a party and having his wife leave him for a guy from journey. hard to pull it off. >> it's wild. finally, the price of thanksgiving dinner is about the same as last year. according to the american farm bureau federation, you can apparently put dinner on the table for ten people for $49.48. that's for an 11-item menu including a 16 pound turkey, three sableds of sweet potatoes, cranberries and two pumpkin pies. >> john: $50 to feed a family of ten if you buy the cheapest at rate stuff. >> john: fortunately my 8-month-old doesn't know it is thanksgiving so it's pizza. >> really? >> john: i don't know. he could be grown and walking and talking by now. thank you very much, dan for the "full court press." i should explain how we got in trouble yesterday. we want to know your thoughts on israel and gaza. specifically, what do you think the u.s. government can
find stunning. we have cnn polls and says what happens if these others are on the ballot. i have got news for you, they are on the ballot. those are the polls you should have been doing all along. let's take colorado, very important swing state. president obama when the question is just posed obama versus romney, he leads by two points. 50-48. that's in the cnn poll. when you look at it as it is on the ballot, then obama still has the lead, but it's mayor 48-47. look at gary johnson the libertarian candidate with four points and jill stein with one point. and goode the constitution party candidate is less than a half percentage of a point. but when you put it together, you see how president obama's margin has narrowed. could it make a difference especially when the margin is that small? of course it could make a difference. gary johnson believes it could make a difference in two different ways. >> new mexico, colorado, and nevada i take more votes away from obama. in north carolina and michigan, i take votes away from romney. it's equal on both sides and the fact look i'm more libera
of love over the weekend. what is interesting is both candidates have op-eds appearing on cnn.com today. mitt romney's a very routine, it seems to reiterate all of the same stuff. that he will create 12 million new jobs -- 12 million jobs will be created anyway. more of the same. and he has now taken on the idea that he is going to create real change. i can't believe it's not change. he has got real change compared to the president's change. >> stephanie: i thought he was going to call it of course i never said detroit should go bankrupt. >> sure. the president starts out by talking about how we have come together as a nation (vo) brought to you by metlife. stay tuned for the answer. (vo) brought to you by metlife. ♪ ♪ the trucks are going farther. the new 2013 ram 1500. ♪ ♪ with the best-in-class fuel economy. engineered to move heaven and earth. ♪ ♪ guts. glory. ram. [♪ theme music ♪] >> announcer: ladies and gentlemen, it's the "stephanie miller show"! ♪ i'm walking on sunshine woe ho ♪ ♪ i'm walking on sunshine woe ho ♪ ♪ it's time to
electoral college votes in 2008 and he's looking for a repeat. according to a new poll from cnn, president obama is three points ahead of governor romney among likely voters, 50%-47%. the same survey shows president obama winning women there by 16 points and lower income voters by 30 points. now governor romney on the other hand leads with men by 13 points. he has an advantage of six points with people making more than $50,000 a year. the other fresh ohio poll from the conservative-leaning rasmussen has president obama and governor romney tied. we'll go to cleveland and henry gomez. welcome inside the watch "the war room." >> thanks for having me. >> jennifer: you're welcome. who has the advantage, president obama or governor romney. >> you have to give it to president obama virtue of the fact that he won here four years ago, and his organizers never left the state. they were heavily involved last year about an issue to repeal collective bargaining restrictions that the republicans placed into law. >> jennifer: are you guys getting tired of seeing these candidates there every single day, s
. the bombing as we just learned from cnn, it's continuing. >> just moments ago we're on the scenes. we'll watch this videotape as we watch what is unfolding. watch this. >> the day began as a day of diplomatcy. hillary clinton went to israel, and this is what they were trying to work out all day. [ explosion ] >> another day of violence in gaza. israeli airstrikes killed a senior militant and five others on an attack on a car. elsewhere, mass mitt tonights killed six people expected collaborating with israel. as attacks were both sides continue. >> i caution against a ground operation. >> diplomats converged on the region including secretary of state, hillary clinton. >> i can assure you that she'll be meeting with the palestinian authority. >> the goal of the egyptian-led negotiation is to broker an immediate end to the fighting, which cannot happen until both sides lay down their arms. >> israel will not hesitate to do what is necessary to defend our people. >> i'm graced by the presence of patriciatricia rose secretary clinton cut short her trip to asia. she went there in the hopes of a ceas
of their members of congress. >> and in the ear of "the washington post" and "the new york times" and cnn. you mention i didn't mention fox news. the maybe stream media still -- the mainstream media still doesn't get the story right. we won't win it by fighting it in washington. it is too hard. >> jennifer: the message part you would be taking to those empties -- >> it is economics. >> jennifer: you mean personal economics or jobs? >> two things. one is this clean air economy is creating jobs. there are more people in the solar industry in the united states today than there are in the coal industry. >> jennifer: okay. >> that's one. two -- >> jennifer: like over 100,000 people. >> 119,000 americans work in the solar industry. >> jennifer: one slice. >> barely over 100,000 work in the coal industry. anybody that believes that solar doesn't exist or is not a good economic job creator the numbers prove them wrong. clean tech jobs overall. the auto industry, specifically the ev as made a bet. they've created a lot of jo
, lloyd blankfein told cnn under the right circumstances he could raise taxes on the upper 2%. >> if that's what it took to make the math work, when you look at the entitlement side and the revenue side, i wouldn't preclude that. >> let's go to peter defazio congressman, thank you for joining us. >> thanks, i appreciate the opportunity. >> eliot: you're one of the so-called cliff jumpers. you want to dive over the cliff and say, you know what, it's not going to be so terrible. let's negotiate this patiently. >> it's not such a big fall, so i'm not that brave. the point is the only tax difference people will see on january 1st is the social security holiday goes away. it was a dumb idea and no one is talking about extending that. the other tax cuts, particularly those targeting people at the top, those won't show up in anybody's paycheck for an indefinite period. we would have too to revisit this issue. the second thing that is good about it all the clinton era tax breaks come back. do you remember the clinton era 3.8 unemployment, not bad. job creators were paying more in taxes. good ol'
, cnn. >> those entitlements cuts are going to be painful but they're going to have to do it. >> cenk: i love how they're supposed to be objective unless they're pushing the pro rich, pro establishment thinking, they're going to have to do he be title cuts, take that money away from the middle class, give it to the rich. now, let me bring in someone who has a different view on the fiscal cliff than a lot of people in the media robert rice. he's of course secretary of labor under the clinton administration. his new book is beyond outrage what's gone on with our economy and how to fix it. let's start with the fiscal cliff. secretary reich if we hit the fiscal cliff would it be devastating and hence we must do cuts in social security and medicare? >> first of all the fiscal cliff is a misnomer. it really is not a cliff. we can go over it and a lot of people won't feel much, particularly if democrats do what they say they're going to do, and that is pass a bill that makes the tax cuts retroactive to january 1 for the middle class. that's what democrats would do, giving them maximum bargainin
% of the popular vote. my personal guess, frankly -- >> he did go on cnn yesterday and said i was wrong. >> stephanie: wow! >> yeah, i hate to do this but i give credit to newt gingrich for walking it back. >> stephanie: well, what else can you do? >> well i know -- >> you cannot go on cnn. >> yeah peggy noonan isn't going anywhere to say i am wrong. >> i'm so upset about it i'm going to divorce my current wife. >> but newt gingrich is still looking for a job. it's awesome. >> stephanie: no, but that's what they were saying we have two sets of numbers now, and math, and they want -- it's almost like they were saying -- dick morris will still have a job because they just want people who will make them feel better. >> and i think they were trying to influence the outcome. >> stephanie: yeah. >> prognostication. >> stephanie: liam in denver. you are on with melissa and company. >> caller: good morning, stephanie. >> stephanie: good morning. >> caller: i was so happy that we won i was even happier to watch donald trump completely meltdown. >> stephanie: yes. >> caller:
's letting up now. just yesterday jindal told cnn if you want voters to like you you have to like them first. and the party needs to appeal to 100% of the electorate. not just 53. that's of course in reference to romney's 47% video. now new mexico governor susanna martinez is adding to that saying romney's remarks demonstrates what sets the party back. and that is that they do not think through their comments very carefully. more bad news for republicans. citizens for responsibility and ethics in washington, that's drew crew is filing complaints with the s.e.c. and the fbi against karl rove and his super pac crossroads gps. crossroads is a 501c4 organization. now that means that it only has to disclose its donors if they give more than $200 to an independent expenditure like a specific candidate. the nonpartisan group crew, says rowe received millions in support of ohio senate candidate josh mendel without disclosing those donors. that is a violation of election law and crew is saying rove might have taken part in a cr
" ♪ ] intelligence officials told cnn the intelligence community, not the white house changed the benghazi talking points given to susan rice. what is he -- he does not like the stand on this. director of national intelligence spokesperson said the only changes came from the intelligence community not the white house. as david petraeus just said. he keeps screaming about he's looking for answers. he gets them and he keeps screaming. >> those aren't the answers i want. i need better answers! >> stephanie: the original assessment of the benghazi attack was it was carried out by al-qaeda affiliated groups. he said that analysis was taken out after an interagency review in favor of a more general review that they did not tip off terrorists to u.s. knowledge of the matter. we already covered this. general petraeus and now other intelligence officials are just -- you know, making it even clearer. so let's see. john mccain, lindsey graham, blah blah, have accused the white house of stripping for political reasons. the director
comedians. i love the op-eds you do for cnn.com. i wanted to talk to with you about all of the issues going on this week. i guess that everything that we're talking about all began when the c.i.a. surveillance operatives misunderstood david petraeus when he first said i want to tap that. did you ever imagine that we would see a soap soap ra like this? it is like the jersey shore for rich people. people copulating left and right and these weird tampa socialites. i don't know where to begin. what's your take on petraeus gate? >> i think you're right on the head. jersey shore is going off the air. this is the perfect replacement. great show. it's got drama. it's got women fight. that's what you need. you have to get them a room. this internet stuff is no good. let's see the fight. if you're the c.i.a. director and you can't keep an affair secret, you should be fired. >> john: thank you very much. if you're in d.c. and anyone in d.c. who can't keep an extramarital affair secret does not deserve to run a spy agency.
race for the coveted advertiser demographic of 25 to 54-year-olds, cnn beat fox, maybe thanks to john king's magic wall. >> bill: no kidding. >> just in that one demographic. not inoverall viewers. in the 25 to 54. fox had all of the old people watching. >> i'm a little concerned that not as many people watch that as watch the super bowl. you would think everybody would be watching the election results. >> bill: one would think. >> plenty of celebrities have weighed in on president obama's election victory. including the big-time obama supporter beyonce. she posted a message that said take that, mitches. this is the first anti-romney message she's posted. she's always just been positive for obama. >> her husband is jay-z. >> bill: yes. >> one u.s. marine has an ambitious goal to help the wounded warrior project. sergeant enrique trevino of florida is on his way to doing one million pushups this year all for the charity. he tells abc -- >> bill: is that like nonstop? >> one million pushups for the year.
does the american public. the cnn poll showed the american public, while they feel they haven't handled it well, certainly doesn't feel that they're willing lied to. >> bill: susan is calling us from rockford, illinois. hey, susan, good morning. >> caller: hi, susan rice didn't do a thing wrong. geraldo rivera admitted on his tv show, i watched it, he congratulated himself on coining the phrase benghazi gate -- >> of course he did. >> caller: and that's thousand all got started. it was a plan, i'm sure there was money involved. somebody got paid for making up the story. that woman didn't do a thing wrong. it was b.s. from the beginning. i think geraldo needs to serve community service for you know, i feel abused for him adding to my anxiety on tv. it is not true. >> bill: thank you susan. actually if geraldo served a prison term for everything he took credit for, he would be there for life. >> benghazi gate, where did you come up with that, geraldo? >> i'm waiting for them to really seriously start circling
of obama speeches and 49 minutes of romney, cnn. >> that's fair. >> numbers have a liberal bias. shapes and letters. >> in hollywood brad pitt is an actor, director, political activist, cologne marketer and now a furniture designer. architectural digest reports he has teamed up with frank pillar row to design a dozen high-end furniture pieces including tables, chairs and a bed and he's been doodling ideas for furniture for years now. he's putting the drawings to work. the bed is a big one. it will fit his and angelina jolie's entire family all of them. two of them and all six of their children. >> how many electoral votes is that? >> bill: what i'm looking forward to. a brad pitt bed. so your prediction again is barack obama -- >> 303 electoral votes. >> bill: that seems to be the magic number. politico that's what they're predicting. that's what i'm predicting. peter came up with 303. we should tell people, we've got the big -- "huffington post" has a great interactive map that you can pick your states. h
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